Thank you for the suggestions. I did try mounting the camera, but since I
had to use gphoto2 in linux, I figured I'd probably need to do so in freebsd
as well. It gave me the message saying it required a block device.
I do not quite know what you mean about switching my camera to PTP mode. I
did not need to do anything special under Linux, but I will google a bit to
see what I can figure out related to that.
I will look into your suggestions a bit more closely tonight when I get back
If I'm understanding your explanation correctly, the fact that my camera is
showing up as ugen0 instead of usb0 is not a problem, correct?
On 9/5/07, Predrag Punosevac <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> You should try to mount your camera manually first as
> su -
> mount_msdosfs /dev/ugen0 /mnt
> If you can not read the camera only then you should use gphoto2 but
> logged as a supper user to avoid
> permission problems. If that fails i.e. if you get the message BLOCK
> DEVICE RECUIRED you
> should try to use gphoto2.
> This is step by step for my Sony Cyber-Shot W70
> 1. Change into PTP mode on camera
> 2. Go to su mode (this can be avoided but I left it so that my wife
> cannot mess with it)
> 3. gphoto2 --auto-detect will list your camera as Sony DSC-F707V (PTP
> mode) usb:
> 4. gphoto2 --help to get various commands
> 5 gphoto2 --L will list all the files in numerical order
> 6 gphoto2 --get-file=NUMBER Range (will get you files in that range)
> 7 WARNING you may need to issue the commands some time multiple times
> they fail. The following message is not uncommon
> *** Error ***
> Note you might not need to go to PTP mode for your particular camera!
> If that fail then you can use cheap card reader which are well detected
> by FreeBSD.
> There is an excellent thread that you can review
> maybe somebody left specific details for you camera but I think I gave
> you a big push:-)
> Please let me know how it goes.
> Erin McNew wrote:
> > I'm trying to get my Canon A620 camera to work with gphoto2 under
> > dmesg is telling me that my camera is /dev/ugen0.
> > [osiris temp] gphoto2 --list-ports
> > Devices found:
> > 2
> > Path Description
> > --------------------------------------------------------------
> > ptpip: PTP/IP Connection
> > usb: Universal Serial Bus
> > [osiris temp] gphoto2 --port /dev/ugen0 -P
> > *** Error ***
> > An error occurred in the io-library ('I/O problem'): Failed to open
> > '/dev/ugen0' (m).
> > *** Error (-7: 'I/O problem') ***
> > [osiris temp] gphoto2 -L
> > 1
> > *** Error ***
> > An error occurred in the io-library ('Bad parameters'): Could not find
> > device (vendor 0x4a9, product 0x30fc). Make sure this device is
> connected to
> > the computer.
> > *** Error (-2: 'Bad parameters') ***
> > I tried using --debug, but it didn't seem to give me that much more
> > at least that I could understand. I also tried specifying the port as
> > and the camera as "Canon PowerShot A620 (PTP mode)" (as specified in
> > --list-cameras). None of this worked. Each gave me the "bad
> > error, which is slightly frustrating.
> > I believe that this could be due to the fact that the camera is being
> > as ugen0 instead of usb. Is there a way to cause it to be seen as usb?
> > Thanks!
> > ~Erin
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